The primary objective of the 300-hour advanced Yoga Teacher Training Course in Italy is to provide an understanding of yoga and its related practices from basic to advanced levels, in a simple and systematic way, including practice and theory. Whether you have knowledge of this ancient practice or you are just starting out, the Yogamea Yoga School, 300-hour advanced Yoga Teacher Training Course in Italy, will give you a degree of advanced level of yoga that will enable you to teach professionally.

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Hatha and Ashtanga Yoga Course Instructors

YogaMea School operates on the Italian beaches Misano Adriatico (Rimini), on the banks of the famous Danube river in Budapest (Hungary) and also on the banks of the sacred Gange river  in Rishikesh – India, homeland and capital of yoga.

RYS 200 hour – RYS 300 Hour – RYS 500 Hour – ®YogaMea – Register Yoga School be the International Yoga Alliance of the United State of America
4 weeks of advanced Yoga Teacher Training program, for those who have already achieved, the qualification of RYT 200 hours.
The residential and intensive program takes place near the fabulous Italian beaches.

The course is based on ancient Hatha Yoga techniques. The instructors are fully qualified and equipped to provide the insights needed to teach what will be beneficial to future Yoga Teachers when instructing their own students. Yoga Teacher Training will not only enrich your learning/teaching experience but also your personal life, as the benefits of yoga to mind, body and spirit are extremely positive.

Yogamea delivers its Yoga Teacher Training Program  to promote Hatha yoga and yoga philosophy. With the support of the Yoga Mother school in Rishikesh, India – the “birthplace of yoga”, Yogamea seeks to maintain the flavour and the experience of a traditional Hatha yoga practice, with teachers joining us from Rishikesh where and when possible. The program will be the same as that held at Rishikesh mother school, where classes will include philosophy, anatomy and meditation alongside yoga asanas.

This is an intensive yoga teacher training course taught by yoga teachers who are firmly rooted in tradition, yet contemporary in their vision and communication. The Yogamea 300-hour advanced Yoga Teacher Training Course in Italy

is conducted as a residential course to bring you the full experience of yoga and its true meaning.

All-Inclusive Package: 300-hour advanced Yoga Teacher Training Course in Italy

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  • 4 week of 300-hour advanced Yoga Teacher Training Course in Italy
  • Accommodation 27 nights
  • Three Ayurvedic vegetarian meals per day with refreshments (please inform the front desk upon arrival if you are vegan or have allergies to certain foods).
  • Yoga Alliance USA international certification, which allows you to teach yoga anywhere in the world.
  • Free time for local excursions
  • Unlimited water and tea
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Beach nearby

 

 

Daily Schedule: 300-hour advanced Yoga Teacher Training Course in Italy

Sundays day off

05.30 am – 06.00 am – Kriyas & Mantras ( Mon, Wed, Fri) 12.00 pm – 12:45 pm – Lunch
05:30 am – 06:00 am – Kriyas ( Tue, Thur, Sat) 01.00 pm – 03.00 pm – Self Group practice/ Align & Adjustment
06.00 am – 07.00 am -Pranayama & Meditation 03.30 pm – 04.15 pm – Anatomy
07.00 am – 07.15 am – Tea 04.15 pm – 04.30 pm – Tea
07.15 am – 08.45 am – Ashtanga Vinyasa Flow 04.30 pm – 06.00 pm – Hatha Yoga
08.45 am – 09:15 am – Breakfast 06.30 pm – 07.30 pm – Dynamic & Traditional Meditation
09.30 am – 10.30 am – Philosophy 07.45 pm – 08:15 pm – Dinner
10.30 am – 12.00 pm – Study at Yoga hall 08.30 pm – 09.30 pm – Optional – Yoga Movies or silence meditation
Syllabus for the 300-hour advanced Yoga Teacher Training Course in Italy

Yogic Kriya

Introduction to Kriyas(shatkarmas)

  • Jala neti (water neti)
  • Sutra Neti
  • Vamana Dhauti
  • Nauli

1.madhyam 2.vaam Nauli 3.Dakshin Nauli

  • Kapalabhati
  • Aganisara
  • Trataka

Meditation (Traditional and dynamic meditation techniques)

TYPES OF MEDIATION
How to do it?
Sound Meditation – Focusing on Sound

Recitations

Introduction to Kriyas(shatkarmas)

  • Pranava Japa
  • Svasti Mantra

Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga

  • Introduction to Ashtanga
  • Preparation to the Ashtanga
  • Sun Salutation A
  • Sun Salutation B
  • Standing sequence
  • Sitting sequence
  • Finishing Sequence

Pranayama

Introduction to Pranayama

  • Breath awareness
  • Breath correction
  • Breathing practices(hand stretch breathing, hand in out breathing, ankle stretch breathing, tiger breathing, bhujangasana breathing)
  • Three phases of breathing with kumbhaka
  • Purak kumbhak and Rechaka
  • Internal kumbhak amd external kumbhaka
  • Styles of Pranayama
  • Practices of 6 traditional hatha kumbhakas
  • Tri bandhas jalandhar uddiyan mula bandha maha bandha
  • Rules to be observed for Pranayama sadhaka
  • Anuloma Viloma
  • Nadi Shodhan (Advanced)
  • Ujjayi (Advanced)
  • Sitali (Advanced)
  • Sitkari (Advanced)
  • Bhastrika (Advanced)
  • Bhramari (Advanced)
  • Suryabhedana (Advanced)
  • Chandra Bhedana (Advanced)
  • Theory of Murcha
  • Theory of Plavini

Anatomy

  • Introduction of Anatomy
  • Introduction to structural anatomy
  • System of human body and yogic effects
  • Skeletal system
  • Muscular system
  • Digestive system
  • Respiratory system, Nervous system
  • Cardiovascular system
  • Common ailments related to different system and their yogic management
  • Integrated approach of yoga therapy
  • Yoga for healthy living
  • Ayush
  • Introduction about Ayurveda & Natural Care

Yogic philosophy

  • Introduction to Indian Philosophy
  • Origin of yoga, meaning of yoga, history of yoga
  • Schools of yoga
  • Different yoga styles
  • Introduction to Yoga Darshan
  • Concept of Yoga according to Patanjali
  • Concept of God in Yoga Philosophy
  • Definitions of yoga according to ancient yogic text
  • Selected verses and explanation from different yogic texts
  • Divisions of yoga
  • Ashtanga Yoga of Patanjali
  • Yama, Niyama, Asana, Pranayama, Pratyahara, Dharana, Dhyana, Samadhi
  • Hatha Yoga – limbs, asana, pranayama, bandha, mudra
  • Kundalini Yoga(The chakra system, its qualities, activating and balancing techniques)
  • Kriya yoga (A way to overcome inborn afflictions)
  • Prana, pancha prana, nadis
  • Pancha kosha (five covering or sheaths over consciousness)
  • Annamaya kosha (physical sheath) – Gross body – Conscious state Pancha-tattva (Five-elements), Sapta-dhatu (Seven-tissues)
  • Pranamaya kosha (energy sheath) – Subtle body – Subconscious state
  • Pancha-prana (five vital airs)
  • Karmendriya (five organ of action)
  • Nadi (subtle energy channels), Tri-shakti (tried energy)
  • Kundalini and Granthis
  • Manomaya kosha (mental sheath) – Subtle body – Subconscious state
  • Manas (mind), Buddhi (lower intellect), Chitta (memory), Ahamkara (ego)
  • Jnanendriyas (five senses)
  • Jnanamaya kosha (intuitive sheath) – Subtle body – Subconscious state
  • Buddhi (higher intellect)
  • Anandamaya kosha (bliss sheath) – Causal body – Unconscious state
  • Turiya – Pure consciousness

 

 

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300-hour advanced Yoga Teacher Training Course in Italy

Ethical Guidelines

Yogamea school in Italy adopts the ancient approach to Yoga discipline to instil the wisdom that yoga manifests.
 Teaching and learning are therefore designed in such a way that ethical practices are ingrained automatically in the students at the school.

The day begins with the daily regimen (Dincharya) and ancient code of conduct. Activities are planned according to the seasonal code of conduct (Ritucharya).
The concept of behaviour chemistry (Achar- rasayan) is the concept that students are expected to adopt.

Maharishi Patanjali prescribed certain rules of how a person is expected to behave in society (Yama) and how personal code and conduct (Niyama) is the expected and essential behaviour for individuals to follow.
 We at Yogamea expect this behaviour, as described above,  to be understood and practised sincerely and honestly by all students to the best of their ability.

Before students register for the yoga teacher training they must be aware that this traditional teaching will differ from that of the west.
 There could even be a fundamental difference in the understanding of the yogic path as is taught in yoga schools in the west.

Modified exercises that go by the name of yoga are frowned upon by Yogamea.  Therefore, only those students who are willing to commit to the strict regimen of the course should consider signing up.

Code of Conduct

Discipline is an integral part of the training program – the course routine must be strictly observed.

Disrespect for the rules and regulations could result in termination of studentship with no refund.

Absenting oneself from the scheduled program without prior permission from the instructor or manager concerned would be considered as a gross breach of discipline.

A student must notify in advance if they intend to forgo a meal, in order to avoid the waste of food.

Yogamea does not make arrangements for guests of students. Any activity that is not related to the course is not permitted.

Please be on time for classes – you will not be permitted to enter any class once it has commenced.

Before departure from the school, students are required to return all library books and any other articles belonging to the school.

Smoking and alcohol are not permitted during the training course.

Booking conditions

A 10% advance deposit is required at the time of booking to secure your place on one of our Hatha & Ashtanga, 300-hour advanced Yoga Teacher Training Course in Italy

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Payment of the remaining balance will be required upon your arrival at the Yoga Center. This deposit is non-refundable, so please make sure you are able to attend. In case of an emergency or other unforeseen circumstances, we can use discretion by transferring the deposit to another course within a year of the originally intended course date.

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